Vision Strikers’ 104-game unbeaten Valorant streak ends

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If you’ve been following the Korean region of the Valorant Champions Tour, you’ll know that one team has completely dominated: Vision Strikers.

The team has been in mind-blowing form, winning literally every tournament it’s entered. A sea of golden first place finishes will greet you when you look at Vision Striker’s Liquipedia results page. What’s more remarkable though is that the team achieved this with an incredible unbeaten run of 104 series, a streak unprecedented not only in Valorant but across the esports spectrum.

However, Vision Striker’s unbeaten run has finally come to end thanks to F4Q, who took down the Korean Valorant gods in a nail-biting 2-1 series in the VCT Korea Stage 2 Challengers tournament today. While Vision Strikers took an early lead after a 16-14 overtime win on Bind, F4Q pulled things level with a solid 13-6 on Split. Then came the hammer blow to end Vision Striker’s run – an extremely tight 15-13 overtime victory for F4Q on Haven.

F4Q’s win sends them top of their group in the Challengers Stage 2 event, while Vision Strikers play i need Girlfriend (yes, you read that right) in a decider to see who makes it through to the knockout stage.

Vision Strikers will hope that they can regain after this streak-ending defeat, as the winner of the Challengers event will earn a spot on the plane to Iceland for the VCT Stage 2 Masters LAN in Reykjavík.

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